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Block Heater cord

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by cflecknell, December 3, 2009.

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      I recently notice that my block heater cord isn't actually hooked up to anything! it runs in the front grill, and under the hood, and it's end is hanging in there doing nothing. Where does this end actually plug in to? i.e. where is the block heater located on the 94's?

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      Do you mean the male end of the cord that would get connected to the AC outlet?
       
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      No, the female end that goes to the actual heater/freeze plug part. I found it after some maneuvering around. A pain to push in, even after pulling the air intake out of the way.

      All is good now, and I should be a little easier in the morning. (-22c this morning when I left for work)
       

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